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A great place for knowing about time and different clocks in the ancient history also good for photography for its nice blue color othe building and at last but not leat the cafe which has a good breakfast😊✨🌸
This museum is actually an old building with astonishing architecture and has collections of clocks of different types old and new. This museum is not so big but is worth a visit if you are near Tajrish Square and want to rest at the wonderful...More
The house is absolutely stunning & gorgeous. This was a private residence that was confiscated by the revolutionary government in the early days of Iranian revolution in 1979. The time pieces in there are brought in from various confiscated properties throughout Iran & are no...More
Travel to the past and the history by the clock
A dreamy building with unique plaster inside a lush green garden and next to beautiful cafes. A collection of timing and timing tools in an area of 5,000 square meters and an underground facility of...More
There is a restaurant at the time musiem and you can have a perfect brunch there.
It's an open buffet type restaurant with more than 18 different choice of warm meal and more than 10 choice of cold .
They serve 3 different kind if...More
It's a very beautiful building with lots of Iranian Arts on walls and roofs in room, beautiful mirrors and lots of royal watches and artificial things, there is also an Art shop that you can buy beautiful small and cheap things like hand crafts, but...More
The mansion and garden dates back to Qajar dynesty time. It was owned by a prominent carpet merchant. It is nice and peaceful. The grean area is also pleasent. The cafe is professional and runs from morning. The museum gathers different clocks and watches. There...More
Time museum of Tehran is actually the old house of Hossein Khodadad is located in Zaferaniyeh in north of Tehran. The house is full of antiques and most of them r old clocks belongs to famous Persians like Professor Hesabi. there are many old antiques...More